As a Combat Veteran and personally experiencing the struggles of PTSD, I would encourage anyone in a relationship with similar hurdles to either listen to or read this book. I see many reviews already posted that declares this book a "typical love story"; however, those men and women who are susuffering from and coping with PTSD will find this book anything but typical.
I am confident in saying that in my opinion, Far from Perfect can't be compared to any other book or title. The emotions I personally felt throughout this book as a soldier, a friend, a father, a human being can't be compared to anything either.
Ms Rudd did a wonderful job with the multitude of male voices she had to overcast. The voices remained bright and active and never hit a monotone base.
My reaction to this book was so personally inspiring, I am going to suggest my VA doctor recommends it to her patients. The subtle insight the book offers on PTSD is invaluable.
The story line was much more intricate than I expected. I will be honest, as an avid James Patterson (Alex Cross) reader I was blown away with this book.
For me personally, the most memorable moment was when the book ended and I found myself already looking for the next book in the series, forgetting this one was just released. I know how lame that sounds, but I found myself wanting more of Sky Stone's adventures immediately.
Gabrielle's voice was easy to listen to. She did an outstanding performance with the multiple character's voices she had to portray.
The Profiler's Daughter, the story of Sky Stone.
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